Fri, 11 Dec 2020, 17:00 (GMT)
As part of the Radical December programme
In this roundtable David Austin, Alissa Trotz, and Asad Haider discuss the Black radical tradition and organizing for change.
We live in challenging, some might say unprecedented political and economic times: unparalleled concentrations of wealth in fewer and fewer hands facilitated by authoritarianism and rising fascism as “ordinary people” clamor for change. This panel draws on Caribbean and Black radical traditions in order to explore our political moment and how we think and organize to change.
This event is part of ‘Radical December’ programme of round tables, talks and debates around the ideas that will transform the world to come.
For further details on the event, please click the ticket link below.